François Ozon’s latest deals bluntly and empathetically with assisted suicide, as a woman (Sophie Marceau) copes with her father’s final wishes.
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This unpredictable and often surprisingly funny new drama from François Ozon (Summer of 85, 8 Women) stars André Dussollier as an octogenarian who asks his at-first bewildered eldest daughter, Emmanuèle (Sophie Marceau), to help him with a medically assisted suicide following a stroke. Everything Went Fine also stars frequent Ozon collaborator Charlotte Rampling as Emmanuèle’s emotionally remote mother, and is adapted from the memoir by the late author Emmanuèle Bernheim, who co-wrote Ozon’s Swimming Pool and 5x2.
Content advisory: mature themes